Vol 55, No 1 (2019)

January

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5860/ltr.55n1

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Library Technology Reports (vol. 55, no. 1), “Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Libraries,” Edited by Jason Griffey

This issue of Library Technology Reports argues that the near future of library work will be enormously impacted and perhaps forever changed as a result of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning systems becoming commonplace. It will do so through both essays on theory and predictions of the future of these systems in libraries and also through essays on current events and systems currently being developed in and by libraries. A variety of librarians will discuss their own AI and machine learning projects, how they implemented AI and to what ends, and what they see as useful for the future of libraries in considering AI systems and services. This report concludes with a discussion of possibilities and potentials for using AI in libraries and library science.

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Table of Contents

Jason Griffey
5-9
Andromeda Yelton
10-15
Bohyun Kim
16-20
Craig Boman
21-25
Jason Griffey
26-28
Jason Griffey
29-29